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Lake Erie

Pennsylvania

Lake Erie, Pennsylvania

Lake Erie real estate is regarded as a top twenty market in Pennsylvania for lake homes and lake lots.

Typically, buyers can find 40 Lake Erie homes for sale, and 10 lake lots and land for sale. Offering houses at many price points, Lake Erie homes for sale have an average list price of $562,000.

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  • 871Mi. of Shoreline
  • 62Avg. Depth
  • 210Deepest Depth
  • Shoreline Borders
    State Park (Some)
    National Park (Some)
  • Ownership
    Public
  • Acreage
    6,361,600
  • Public Boat Ramps
    100
  • Water Level
    Full Pool Year Round
Marinas
(814) 456-9415
726 West Bayfront Parkway
Erie, PA 16507
(814) 455-7557 ext. 225
Ft. or Port Access Road
Erie, PA 16503
Perry's Landing Marina
(814) 455-1313
1 Lawrence Pier
Erie, PA 16507
Presque Isle Marina Fuel Services
(814) 833-8981
1 Peninsula Drive
Erie, PA 16505
Golf Courses
(814) 899-9636
1351 Troupe Road
Harborcreek, PA 16421
(814) 725-5009
2451 North Brickyard Road
North East, PA 16428
Private
(814) 898-4653
3730 Harbor Ridge Trail
Erie, PA 16510
Private
(814) 864-1821
652 Shunpike Road
Erie, PA 16508
Private
(814) 833-0894
5950 Lake Shore Drive
Erie, PA 16505
Public
Campgrounds
(814) 474-5730
8600 PA-98
Girard , PA 16417
(814) 454-5830
3 Wayne Street
Erie, PA 16507
(814) 833-4560
50 Peninsula Drive
Erie, PA 16505
  • Counties: Erie County
  • Fish: Brown Trout, Chinook Salmon, Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye
  • Condos available (Yes)
  • Notable events: Blues and Jazz Festival, Annual Art and Sole 5k, Art in the Woods
  • Sailing clubs: Commodore Perry Yacht Club, Erie Yacht Club, Presque Isle Yacht Club
  • Interesting facts: Pennsylvania only has about 50 miles of shoreline on Lake Erie.
  • Known for: Recreational and commercial fishing, shipwrecks, Erie is the only Great Lake to consistently freeze over in the winter.
  • History: Lake Erie shares its name with the former Native American inhabitants.
  • Landmarks: Presque Isle
  • Permit is not required to use the lake.
  • Jet skis are allowed.
  • Motorized boats are allowed.
  • Houseboats are allowed.
  • Boating restrictions (No).
  • Dock restrictions (No).
Hospitals
(814) 877-6000
201 State Street
Erie, PA 16550
Airports
Erie International Airport
4411 West 12th Street Erie, PA 16505
1 miles away
Moorhead Airpark
9245 S Haskell Road North East, PA 16428
6 miles away
About Lake Erie
Located in Erie County, Pennsylvania

Lake Erie is the fourth largest of the Great Lakes by surface area and shares shoreline with Ohio, New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Ontario, Canada.

Of all Great Lakes, Lake Erie is the smallest by volume, the shallowest, and the most southern-reaching. Although its big brother lakes are somewhat larger, Lake Erie still ranks the 13th largest freshwater lake worldwide by surface area.

Pennsylvania only claims about 50 miles of shoreline from this beautiful and expansive lake. Most of this lies in the fantastic city of Erie. Erie is intersected by I-90 and I-79, making it a quick and easy escape from everyday life.

Residents in Erie will be delighted to know air travel and medical care are a stone's throw away. The Erie International Airport and St. Vincent's Hospital are located within city limits.

Explore Erie

Although the amount of shoreline Pennsylvania can claim is relatively small, the city of Erie has packed this little slice of lake heaven with an abundance of things to do and see.

Yacht clubs, golf courses, and sandy beaches dot the bustling shoreline. Annual events like the Art and Sole 5K, Art in the Woods event, and The Erie Blues and Jazz Festival create exciting and memorable experiences for the whole family.

Splash Lagoon is an 80,000 square foot indoor water park that has something for every little one! A lazy river, a four-story treehouse, seven water slides, a 200-person wave pool, and even an arcade and laser tag area.

After a long day of lake fun, visitors will find lots of delicious eateries in the city of Erie. Highly-rated restaurants to try here are McGarrey's Oakwood Cafe, Shoreline Bar & Grill, Smuggler's Wharf, and Give a Crepe La CrepErie.

The Walleye Capital of the World

Fishing on Lake Erie is almost too easy. Nicknamed the Walleye Capital of the World, Lake Erie's shallow depths make for an ideal environment for walleye and makes for superb ice fishing in the winter.

Other fish commonly caught on Lake Erie include bass, salmon, trout, and perch, bullhead, catfish, sheepshead, carp, along with lake sturgeon, round goby, and rudd.

Fishing charters are abundant for those without a personal vessel, and there are no restrictions on boat size. These experts will take you to where the fish are biting.

Watersports are another popular pastime on Lake Erie, with visitors and residents alike enjoying waterskiing, jet skiing, kayaking, kiteboarding, parasailing, and much more!

A Great Time in the Great Lakes

Whether it's a fun-filled adventure you seek or just a quiet escape from civilization, Lake Erie in Pennsylvania accommodates all those seeking the lake home lifestyle.